LACIE S.A. : LaCie Delivers Scalable Storage: 5big Network 2
04/03/2012| 11:32am US/Eastern
Today LaCie announced its professional 5-bay RAID server is now
available in a diskless model. Now, users can get all the
benefits of the 5big Network 2, designed by Neil Poulton, but
with the flexibility to scale their storage and security as
they desire - making it an efficient investment for resourceful
professionals and small businesses alike.
SCALABILITY AND SECURITY
With the 5big Network 2 diskless model, users can migrate from
zero to five disks without data loss - reducing initial
investment while ensuring a long-term solution. The 5big
Network 2 diskless model provides users with flexibility. They
can leverage unused drives or purchase new drives based on
availability and demand. It will automatically build the RAID
mode accordingly. The 5big Network 2 also offers RAID modes 5
and 6, which provide automatic, hardware-level data protection.
If a single disk fails, simply replace it without turning off
the appliance or losing a single byte of data.
DESIGNED FOR SMALL BUSINESSES
Business owners, administrators and managers will appreciate
the 5big Network 2's easy integration and user interface.
They can organize a backup regimen for multiple Linux, PC and
Mac workstations, and ensure all data is safe and in one place.
The 5big Network 2 is compatible with Time Machine™ and Windows
7 Backup. Additionally, with its dual LAN ports, the 5big
Network 2 supports speeds up to 70MB/s. This ensures quick
information sharing and backup speeds throughout the company.
For travel-bound employees, the 5big Network 2 features remote
access. This allows them to share files anywhere with an
Internet connection - ensuring data accessibility for those
last minute presentations. Employees can even share files from
their iPhone or iPad by installing LaCie's free iOS app,
For more information on the 5big Network 2 visit http://www.lacie.com/products/product.htm?id=10485
The 5big Network 2 is available in diskless, 5TB, 10TB, and
15TB capacities through the LaCie Online Store and LaCie
Storage Partners starting at the suggested retail price of
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